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Old 10-27-2009, 10:40 AM
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i was a beige blonde for a long time then i decided to change it to my nautral color which is a strawberry blonde /light brown color . the hairdresser i went to messed up on the color, the color is fine at the top BUT too ashy looking at the ends and the sides . i just had this color done on 10/24. Should i wait for the color to fade or is there a product i can use to take the ash out or fade it? i prefer not to color it again, i was wondering if there is a shampoo /conditioner that i can use that will take the ash out.
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Old 10-27-2009, 11:23 AM
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I would leave it to the experts on this to answer you... but I'm going to pitch in!

If you don't want to re-color it, just "tweak it" some, get John Frieda's Hair Glaze!! (obviously not the clear one) they come in a choice of colors for brunette, blonde, or red, as well. This won't change the color of your hair, it will bind to it, smooth it out, gloss over any patchy or un-balanced areas, evening it out, and it smells, feels and looks great afterwards!

If you go to the "Hair Care" section of this forum, there is a post about the hair glazes if you want more information. Or you can just google it.

If you just had your coloring done, no, I don't think it's best to re-color on top of it so soon to fix anything, it's very damaging to your hair, but have you tried revisiting your colourist, and explaining why you are unhappy?

Best o' luck, OP!
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Old 10-27-2009, 12:27 PM
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i dont want to change the color on the top ( which is fine ) its just the sides and the ends that look ashy. what color do i get from the John Freida line? brunette? will it even out the color?
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Old 10-27-2009, 12:30 PM
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yes i did contact my hairdresser but she was not there. .she stepped out and i'm waiting for her to call me back. i explained my situation to the girl that answered the phone and she remembered me. i told her what my issue was with the color and how it looked ashy and wanted it corrected and the color evened out. just waiting for the call back...
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